Enjoy the night-life in Sacramento, Mardi-Gras in New Orleans, seafood in Boston, sports in San Francisco or the slopes in Denver. Pick-A-Trip and Get My PERKS will pay your way! After you win, choose one of our 23 Get My PERKS cities. One lucky winner will get round trip airfare for two, hotel for three nights and a $500 visa gift card. Want to hear the music in Memphis, see the fish fly in Seattle or visit the family in Buffalo? On top of that, 14 verified daily prize winners will receive $100 in PERKS Bucks which can be used on any applicable Get My PERKS purchase. This is a national contest. No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win. See complete rules in the fine print section. Here are the places you can go and our favorite things about them: Austin, TX Texas is like a whole other country (according to their tourism department) and Austin is the capital of this free-thinking and massive state. Tour the capital building and learn why the Texas flag can fly as high as the flag of the United States. Hang out at the Congress Avenue Bridge and see the largest urban bat colony in North America. Amazing food and music are always available on 6th Street. Want to see more? Bay Area (San Francisco, CA) You've seen 100 movies and TV shows that show San Francisco and the Bay Area in amazing ways. Everyone knows the Golden Gate Bridge by sight -- but you could see it in person. Visit Alcatraz and see where some of America's most infamous criminals spent their time. All this . . . and the trollies, too! Want to see more? Boston, Springfield, Worcester, MA Over 12 million people visit Boston each year. Throw a rock and you'll hit a historical landmark or a significant piece of American history. See where the first public school met, visit the site of the Boston Tea Party and learn about the dangers of molasses in the early 1900's. If you're into sports, you won't find any town in the United States that has more rabid fans than Boston. Want to see more? Buffalo, NY So, the obvious here is Niagara Falls. The natural wonder is just 20 minutes away from Buffalo and you can find a dozen ways to get there and experience it. There is a ton of history in Buffalo that you can explore from the Erie County Naval and Military Park to exploring Buffalo as the last stop for the Underground Railroad. Take a quick trip across the border to Canada or stay in Buffalo to see the largest collection of historic buildings in the eastern US. Want to see more? Denver, CO The Mile High City is right in the middle of some of the most beautiful country in the United States. Seeing the amazing mountains out the window every day can be addicting. If you ski, Denver is a great place to be. It's also got an amazing and growing food scene which will satisfy any palate. Denver is the perfect mix of urban and rural and you can spend time in both. Visit the Denver Beer Triangle or take a hike in Rocky Mountain National Park. Want to see more? Gainesville/Ocala, FL You might not be able to pronounce Alachua County, but that's where you'll be when you visit Gainesville. There are over 62 acres of lakeside forests, 13 museums and galleries and countless events and outdoor activities. You're also less than two hours away from Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World. Gainesville gives you the small town feels with close access to major attractions and events. What to see more? Hampton Roads (Norfolk, VA) Virginia is for Lovers and the coastal region of Virginia is the best of the best of this beautiful state. Visit historic Jamestown which is the birthplace of English-speaking America. See Colonial Williamsburg and the Colonial National Historic Park. You can also explore the 29 miles of Atlantic Oceanfront and soak in the rays (along with some amazing history). If you do everything . . . or nothing . . . you'll LOVE Virginia. Want to see more? Indianapolis, IN From music to art to animals and racing, Indianapolis is a city you might not have thought to put on your vacation list. Indy has American's only cultural urban state park. You can explore White River State Park and it's attractions like the Indy Zoo, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians, NCAA Hall of Champions and Victory Field. Visit the speedway and tour the place where Indy cars are made. Want to see more? Kansas City, MO Everything's looking up in Kansas City! While you never want to miss an opportunity to have real KC BBQ, there is so much to do and see in KC. Visit the only nationally-recognized museum dedicated to WWI, see the penguins at the KC Zoo or visit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Want to see more? Madison, WI If you are looking for big city culture with small town charm, we've got it. See the state capitol which was modeled after the Capitol in Washington DC, see designs by native son Frank Lloyd Wright, or paddle a canoe in one of Paddler Magazine's top 10 canoe towns. There is more than the fried cheese curd in Madison (although if you go, you have to try them). Want to see more? Memphis, TN Probably best known for the music scene and Graceland, Memphis is full for anyone looking for adventure and fun. Take a walk down Beale Street for some unique shopping, play on the banks of the Mississippi River, and get a deep education in culture of the area at the Pink Palace Museum. Want to see more? Milwaukee, WI While you may think you will be in the land of cheese, there is a huge culture base in Milwaukee dedicated to beer. Take a tour of a local brewery and learn how to make your own brew. You can spend a day at the Potawatomi Casino, visit the Harley-Davidson museum or visit one of the many regional amusement parks. One of our favorites is the self-guided tour of Waukesha. That would be Les Paul's hometown and there are great tributes to this master of the guitar only 20 minutes from Milwaukee. Want to see more? NEPA (Wilkes-Barre & Scranton, PA) It's more than the setting of the TV show "The Office." Spend some time in North East Pennsylvania and you'll understand why people live there for generations. Get some skiing in, visit the Poconos, tour the history of coal mining and take a ride on a historic steam-powered train. Travel in February and see the amazing St. Patrick's Day parade in Scranton. Go in the summer and be part of the Tomato Festival in Pittston or visit in the fall and see the beautiful changing of the leaves in one of the many and amazing state parks in the area. Want to see more? New Orleans, LA Although it is best known for Mardi Gras, New Orleans has culture and history that is unique and fiercely protected by the population. You can walk down Bourbon Street or have an elegant meal in the Garden District. The Crescent City is full of options and can satisfy your curiosity or your desire for excitement. Want to see more? Piedmont Triad (Greensboro, NC) The Triad in North Carolina is made up of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point. It's a diverse region that has an interesting mix of culture and entertainment options. See the tobacco fields that have been converted to wineries, see what life was like in the 19th century by visiting Old Salem or visit the world's largest china shop. Want to see more? Portland, OR There is ALWAYS something to do in Portland and locals love to share their city. Visit the Pearl District and get some amazing food, the Lloyd District has Oregon's largest mall and Belmont has an interesting mix of retail and coffee houses. Get outside the city and see the Columbia River Gorge or the Oregon Coast. Want to see more? Providence, RI Visit one of the Top Food Cities as designated by Travel + Leisure magazine. Providence is a beautiful piece of New England that works to combine the historic, the beautiful and the fun of the region. You can visit the first Baptist church in America, walk around the Botanical Center or spend a few hours at the museum of Natural history. That's just the stuff you can do in the city -- but there is also an amazing wilderness just outside the city limits. Want to see more? Rochester, NY The Flower City boasts over 12,000 acres of parkland. When it's warm, everyone is outside on the lakes or playing some of the best golf in the country. When the leaves change, Rochester is the perfect place to start a leisurely drive in the countryside. There are more than 100 attractions in the area and the eclectic mix of festivals is sure to keep you busy during your stay. Want to see more? Sacramento, CA Sometimes this California gem is missed in favor of the louder places in California. Sacramento is a real, authentic California experience you don't want to miss. Sacramento is the Farm-To-Fork capital of the United States and there is an abundance of amazing restaurants dedicated to providing fresh, local and sustainable cuisine. All that, and the food is delicious, too. Take a wine tour, visit a world-class museum or take a stroll on some of the more than 30 miles of paved trails. Want to see more? Seattle, WA Set in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, Seattle has it all. Spend time exploring the outdoors or visit some of the unique and colorful museums in the city and you'll get the Seattle experience. Everyone talks about the fish flying in Pike Place market, but that is just the tip of what the city can offer. The city plays host to festivals all year that highlight its unique culture and attitude. If you have never been that far north and west, it's time you made a trip to Seattle. Want to see more? Upstate (Greenville, SC) If you want a unique southern experience that mixes tradition with unexpected contemporary cool -- Greenville is the place. See amazing views from the Blue Ridge Mountains and feel the excitement in one the country's fasted-growing cities. The downtown area can't be missed. Forbes Magazine says it is one of the 10 best downtown areas in the country. It's the perfect getaway if you are looking for a low-key way to spend your free time. Want to see more? Wichita, KS The Sedgwick County Zoo is a must-see. Wichita has more culture than you might assume. Check out the Bontica: Wichita Gardens where butterflies are beautiful and kids will be amazed. Several attractions and museums talk about the storied history of the Native Americans in the area and should be visited by everyone. If you like the outdoors, check out the Arkansas River Trail which has tracks, jogging paths, trails and more. Want to see more?